What is a Service Unit?
A Girl Scout service unit is a community of volunteers and girls in
a geographic area. The service unit (SU) team is an essential support
system that organizes training, mentorship, girl program, as well as
membership support for volunteers, girls and caregivers.
Service Units generally hold monthly meetings where they share
information about upcoming events and new information from GSGST &
GSUSA with representatives from each troop.
Why are Service Unit meetings important?
- Find out about upcoming events and activities
from leaders who have “been there and done that”
with other troops that can assist you with your troop
suggestions about best practices
- Hear first-hand about
GSGST & GSUSA specific information
- Get important
- Make new friends
Service Unit Requirements
- Minimum of 5 troops (each with different leadership)
- 5 essential SU positions filled by volunteers from different
troops (to include Service Unit Manager, Treasurer, and Product
- Minimum of 60 girl members
Service Unit areas are established by Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to
find your service unit and get in touch.